Solaris Power Cells Releases Flask Vape Mod

We’ll check these out!  This sounds like  great technology for vapers. Hopefully we  can have them in stock in July!!

| Source:Solaris Power Cells, Inc.

 PALM SPRINGS, Calif., June 2, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Solaris Power Cells, Inc., the creators of the Solaris PESA™ “Passive Electron Storage Array”™ (the “Company”) (OTCQB:SPCL) (Germany WKN: A1W9W5), has released its newest Solaris F-Series Vapor Mod product incorporating the company’s battery free PESA™ “Passive-Electron-Storage-Array” storage technology. As stated in Solaris’ previous press releases, a Vapor Mod is a customizable large cell e-cigarette that can be used for flavored nicotine and other aromatic juices. Business journals and trade groups have projected the vapor industry to be over $10 billion by 2017. The “F-Type Vape Mod” is a flask style design housed in CNC machined and anodized aircraft aluminum available in 4 custom colors. The product will be available for shipment in early July and serve the high performance and competition vaping consumers.

Like all Solaris Power Cells products the Solaris F-Type operates battery free via Solaris Power Cells PESA™ power supply. The Solaris F-Type includes a 10 year limited lifetime warranty on its PESA™ cell. Unique features of the F-Type Vape Mod are that it charges in under two minutes compared to hours when using traditional rechargeable vapor mod batteries, and that it can undergo over 500,000 charge and discharge cycles on a single PESA™ cell. Typical lithium type batteries can only yield hundreds of charge and discharge cycles before failure. In addition the power performance of the F-Type Vape Mod is superior to battery powered mods and never requires battery replacement. “Between its power and the technology inside, the Solaris F-Type will be finding a home in the high end vaping market and best of all our customers never have to buy replacement batteries again. Additionally the F-Type is just another example of Solaris Power Cells Energy Storage Solutions (ESS),” stated Solaris Power Cells COO, Steve Lawrence.

 


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